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ponies AND rQSITIONEB FOR HEEL PARTS
' Emerson G. Gill, Melrose, Mass, assignor to
‘United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Fleming
7 ton, N. J ., a corporation of NewJersey
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Application December 12, 194727, Serial No. 468,774
5 Claims. (01. 1-32)
1
This invention relates to machines by which
fastenings, such as ?ber pegs, are driven to effect
the connection of work-pieces. Machines of this
concerned;
Fig. 2 is a front elevation of the lower portion
of Fig. 1;
character may beemployed for the attachment
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.
Fig. 3, an enlarged transverse sectional detail
through the lift-engaging elements, taken prior
to the clamping of the work;
Fig. 4, a top plan view corresponding to Fig. 1,
to shoes of heel-parts, as bases and lifts of rubber
or the like.
2
which the present invention is more ' directly
'
In heeleattaching machines, a base and a rub
ber lift are commonly presented. to the inserting
die in superposed relation to receive contact of
but with portions omitted;
‘
Fig. 5, a top plan view of the die-block and
the heel-seat of a shoe to which they are to be
more closely associated elements, with parts
secured. My invention has as an object the pro
broken away to show the lift-holder;
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vision of holders into which the heel-parts may
Fig. 6, a top plan view of the base-holder, re
be readily introduced by the operator and which
moved from the machine;
will locate said parts accurately With respect to
the fastening-receiving openings of the die and 15 Fig. 7, a detail in front elevation of the closure
for the fastening-inserting mechanism, and its
to each other. This _I accomplish by the employ
controlling elements;
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ment of two pairs of pivoted arms arranged one
Fig. 8, a front elevation of the starting lever of
above the other, one pair holding a heel-:base and
the machine and its connections;
the other a heel-lift, together with means for
Fig. 9, a side elevation of the elements shown
forcing the arms of, each pair vyieldably toward 20
each other. Each arm of a pair is preferably
in Fig. 8;
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provided with two projections for engagement
Fig. 10, a view similar to Fig. 3, but with the
gular relation to each other and to the inserting
design in accordance with which are. arranged
basesengagmg members of the holder mechanism.
work under pressure;
with the heel-part to be held, arrangedito con
Fig. _11, a view of the lift-holder, corresponding
tact with the corresponding part and locate it
Fig. 6; and
from front to rear of the machine and turn it 25 to Fig.
12, an enlarged detail in broken front ele
about an axis heightwise of the heel-parts until
vation of one of the forward pairs of lift»v and
said parts are arranged in a predetermined an
The general organization of a heel-attaching
machine
to which the present invention is appli
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elements of fastening-inserting mechanism. This
cable
may
be that disclosed in Letters Patent of
positioning is attained without the necessity for
the United States No. 2,293,624, Parkhurst, Aug
consideration on the part of the operator, To
ust 18, 19%2, and in certain respects in No.
provide for the correct presentation to the fasten
2,207,742, La, Chapelle, July 16, 1940, these ma
ing~inserting mechanism of the heel-parts of dif
chines being designed for the attachment of heel
ferent sizes and. different nailing designs, the arms 35 bases
and top-lifts to shoes. In apparatus of this
are preferably pivoted upon carriers which may
character, there is mounted upon a frame ID a
be varied in position independently in a direction
die-block L2, in which are vertical passages M
from front to rear of the heel-parts. To prevent
to receive the fastenings to be inserted. These
injury to the arms by movement resulting from
passages may include a multiple of all the designs
compression of the work, their projections are 4.0 which are to be employed‘. The die-block is
shown as mounted to yield jheightwise of the
shown as separably mounted in place by screws
heel-:parts, this being especially applicable to the
l6 threaded vertically into the frame. The por
base-holder.
.
tion of the die-block with which the. work con
The guard for the die-projections and the 45 tacts is provided by‘a plate 18, carried in ways
means which insures the matching and registra
20 at the underside of the die and latched-in
tion of elements of the fastening-inserting mech
anism are made the subjects of divisional‘appli
cations, Serial No. 544,¢l95 ?led Jilly 12, 1944, and
Serial No. 544,494 ?led July 12, 1944, respectively,
the latter application having become Patent No.
2,376,910, May 29, 1945.
In the accompanying drawings;
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place by a spring-plunger 22, movable through
said die and entering an opening at the front'of
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the plate. The passages througjhtthe plate cer
responding to those of a particular nailing design
in the die terminate in depending quills 2d. The
quills enter the surface of a rubber or other elastic
lift to be attached, and compress the material
over the area therein through which the attach
'Fig- l‘shdws in Side elevatiqn with elements in
section, portions of aheel-attaching machine with .55 ing iasteninss ‘are tore driven. Theseiastenines
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pass through this lift and a heel-base, carried at
the underside of the die-quill-plate by holder
passing through an arcuate slot 69 or 69' in the
lower arm of the pair. This lower arm rests up
on the head of the screw, and, in turn, supports
mechanism M, and into the heel-seat of a shoe
which is pressed against the base by a vertically
reciprocable jack (not illustrated) and upon which
it is supported.
the upper arm which moves in contact with it
at the point of intersection of the arms. The
The fastenings are preferably
arms of each pair are geared at 1B or 19' to os
out from strings of ?ber F~(Fig. 1), delivered
cillate together, and the approach ofv their for
ward ends under the influence of a tension
spring 18 or 18’ connecting them is adjustably
through tubes 26 terminating in a foot-plate 28,
and severed by a loader-block 30 having a com
pound movement of translation and oscillation. lo limited by a stop-screw 80 or 80' threaded hori
Actuated by mechanism 32 (Fig. 4), the loader
zontally through one and engaging the other.
block delivers the cut fastenings to the die-block
passages 14. The insertion of the fastenings in
For contact with a periphery of a lift inserted be
the work is effected by a gang of drivers 34, which ' I
is located upon their inner edges in front of the
may first act as awls, as in the previously men
tioned La Chapelle patent. These drivers are
?xed in a plate 36 carried by a top-girt-38 upon
side rods 40, 49 reciprocating vertically in the
frame It. The plate 36 is separably mounted in
opposite ways 42 upon the top-girt, it being “
latched by a spring-plunger 44 movable in said
top-girt and received in a depression in the edge
of the plate. The gang of drivers operates in the
corresponding group of multiple die-passages 14,
it ‘being changed together with the quill-plate l8
as the inserting design varies.‘ The side rods 40
areactuated from power mechanism through a
clutch (not shown).
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Considering now the features peculiar to this
invention, the mechanism M includes a heel
base-holder m and a top-lift-holder m’ (Figs. 5,
6, 11 and 12). The respective holders have car
rier members 50, 50’, each of which is of L-shape
and has an arm 52 or 52', extending from front to
rear of the machine, from the rear‘ extremity of ;
whichprojects a transverse arm '54 or 54’. The
arms 52 and 52’ of the two holders lie at opposite
sides of the die-‘blockrl2, while the arms 54 and
54' are superposed, thearm 54’ of the holder m’
being uppermost.
They are adjustable fore and ‘ a
aft by virtue of their support upon the heads of
screws 56 or 56’, threaded vertically into the un
derside of the die-block and passing through slots
58'or 58' extending longitudinally of the carrier
arms 52. One of the rear screws 56" at the op
posite ends of the transverse arms 54 and 54’ may
be common to the two‘ carriers, through openings
58" in which they pass. To vary the position of
the holders, the forward extremity of each of ‘the
arms 52 and 52' has a depression 60 or 60’ in
which lies a collar 62 or 62’ upon a screw 64 or
64', threaded horizontally into the front of the
die-block and rotatable by a head 66 or 66'.
With the screws 56 and 56’ loosened, either of the
screws 64 or 64’ may be turned by its head situ
ated conveniently for the operator at the front
of the machine, and the holders m. and m’
brought to the correct relation to each other and
to the passages in the die-block for the particular
inserting design in use. In this adjusted posi
tion,‘the carriers may again be locked by tight
tween the arms of the holder m’ (Fig. 11) , there
, ‘ intersection of said arms opposite projections 82,
82, while at their forward extremities are rotat
‘ able about vertical axes rolls 84, 84 having re
duced peripheral portions (Fig. 3).
Upon the
arms of the base-holder m (Fig. 6) are similar
ly situated rear contact members 88, 88 and for
ward contact members 90, 90. These are shown
as levers fulcrumed at92 beneath the arms and
each urged normally down at its inner end by an
expansion-spring 94 interposed between it and
the arm upon the inner side of the fulcrum. The
contact of the outer end of the lever with the arm
determines its normal ‘angular position. As in
dicated at 96 in dash-lines in Fig. 6, contact-rolls
may be placed upon the inner ends of the levers
96, if this be desirable.
In applying heel-parts to'the holders 1n and m’,
the operator presses a lift T between the rolls
84, the arms 12 of the holder mf yielding against
their spring 18' tov admit the lift and the rotation
of the rolls facilitating the inward movement.
This continues until the rear of the lift at the
opposite sides of the longitudinal axis strikes the
arm-projections 82. These furnish a back-stop
which determines the position of the lift along
this longitudinalaxis. ' As the operator frees the
lift, the pressure of the rolls against the opposite
sides betweenthe breast and the center will turn
said lift about a vertical axis, if it is not already
symmetrically located, until the longitudinal axis
. is centralized with'respect to the passages I4 in
the die-block I 2 and its quills 24. In this rotation
of lift,‘ it remains in engagement with the pro
jections 82, so its position from front to rear of
the die-block is determined. A heel-base H is
similarly inserted between the arms of the holder
m against the levers 88, the unfinished periphery
projecting beneath the reduced peripheries of the
rolls 84 and is turned by the contact of the inner
ends of the levers 90 or the rolls 96 upon them, its
correct location both longitudinally and angular
ly ‘being attained in the same manner as the
lift T.
Were it necesary to insert the lifts into the
holder m’ in contact with the ends of the spaced
quills 24, there would tend to be interference with
the movement. ~ To prevent this, the lower por
ening the screws 56 and 56'.‘ Each of the car
rier-arms 54 and .54’ is depressed between its ex
tions of the quills are shrouded by guard-plate
tremes to receive a pair of locating and grasping
arms for heel-parts, those'for the base-holder m
underside of the. quill-plate I 8 (Fig. 3), it be
I00.
This plate is movable in a recess at the
ing , held against ‘downward displacement by
being designated as 10, 10 and those for the
the headsof screws I02, which extend through
lift-holders m’ as 12, 12. The arms of the pairs
openings in the , quill-‘plate and are threaded
10 and 12 are pivoted separately at 14 and 14',
‘vertically into the guard-plate,“ In the guard
respectively, upon-the arms 54 and 54' of their‘ vplate is an opening 104 for the reception
carriers and cross each other from the pivots to o‘o'f'each quillf the lower end of which lies
their" forward
heel-part-engaging
portions.
Each of the pairs of arms 10 and 12 are given
support against downward de?ection by a screw
68 or 68', threaded upwardly into the arm 52 or
52' 0f the corresponding carrier 50'or 50" and
normally above the lower? surface of the plate
(Fig. 3). In its lowered position, the guard-plate
is yieldably maintained by expansionrsprings I96
"having their opposite extremities seated infre
c'esse's in the quill-plate and guard-plate. 'The
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underface of the guard-plate presents a surface
free from interfering projections when the top
lifts are slid into place ‘in the holder m’. Yet,
when clamping pressure goes upon the work (Fig.
10), as a result ‘Of the elevation of theshoe
supporting jack in preparation for the insertion
of the fastenings by the drivers 34, the guard
plate yields freely, so the quills will enter the
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the head of the plunger and hold the door against
closing. With the driver-plate fully in place
and the door closed, the head of the plunger in
‘the reciprocation of the drivers moves along and
in close proximity to the adjacent vertical sur
face of the rib, so the driver-plate cannot be
unlocked accidentally.
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The door I II) having provided for the matching
and correct positioning of the fastening-insert
substance of a rubber lift.
ing elements as above described, it is further
Since the drivers 34 and the associated quill
caused to prevent the power-operation of the
plate I8 of the die I2 with its guard-plate I09
machine and consequent reciprocation of the
must be changed whenever the inserting design
drivers 34, until this has been accomplished.
is altered, it is important that there be means
Such a result is attained by locking the starting
for ensuring the matching of the driver-assembly
mechanism of the machine against actuation by
and the quill-plate, and that they are in their 15 the operator, until the door is closed. The-clutch,
proper positions before operation of the ma
through which power is applied to reciprocate
chine. This is to avoid damage by contact of
the side rods 49, is tripped by movement of a
the drivers with the die and possible consequent
rod I32 guided in a bracket I34 attached to the
injury to the operator. I accomplish the desired
frame III (Figs. 8 and 9), and movable down
result in the following manner. The space above 20 wardly and rearwardly against the force of an
the die is closed, when the machine is in opera
expansion-spring I36 interposed between the ‘rod
tion, by a door Iii! hinged at H2 at the left of
and the bracket. This movement of the rod‘is
the frame It (Fig. '7). This door interposes a
effected by a hand-lever I38 fulcrumed upon the
shield between the inserting mechanism and the
bracket and having threaded through it a screw
operator, and has a transparent panel II3
I40, which contacts with the upper end of the
through which‘ the delivery of fastenings by the
rod. A rearwardly extending arm I42 of the
loader-block 3D to the die may be seen. The
lever is pivoted to a bar I44, guided at I46 upon
inner side of the door is provided with a testing
the frame (Fig. 7) for upward movement when
member for the driver-plate 36 and for the quill
the lever is depressed. The upper end of the
plate I8. This member is shown as in the form 30 bar lies just below the plane of the underface of
of a vertical bar H4 rising from a carrier-block
a locking slide I48. This slide is guided for hor
izontal movement upon the frame in front of the
tached to the door by a screw II8 passing
die-block I2, and when the machine is in condi
through either of two horizontal slots I20, I20
tion for operation the right end of the slide ter
in said door and threaded into the block (Fig. ;. minates short of the upper end of the bar I44.
'7). The inner edge of the bar is reduced at I22,
At its opposite extremity, the slide has formed
and, receiving this reduced portion, when the
upon it rack-teeth I59 with which meshes a pin
door is closed, is a depression I24 in the forward
ion I52 surrounding the door-hinge H2 and
edge of the driver-plate and a depression I26 in
turning with the door. When said door is closed,
the quill-plate. These depressions are in vertical
the pinion holds the locking slide at its extreme
H5 (Figs. 1, 4 and 5), which is adjustably at
registration for each matching pair of platesand
are differently arranged in each pair transversely
of the machine for all the inserting designs.
When the operator must change the position of
the driven fastenings because of the differing I
character of the work, he adjusts the matching
bar in one or the other of the slots I26, until it
will enter the vertically alined depressions I24,
I26. Consequently, when the doorv can be closed,
it follows that the driver-plate'and quill-plate
supplied will co-operate correctly, if each is fully
in place and latched by the respective plungers
44. and 22.
In the reciprocation of the driver
assembly, the depression I24 .in the plate 35
travels freely along the bar-portion I22.
That the proper positioning of the fastening
position to the left, in which the other end leaves
the bar free to be raised. The operator can at
this time lower the hand-lever I38 and trip the
clutch to start the machine in operation.‘ If the
door is out of its fully closed position, the gear
ing between the door and slide at once carries
the end of said slide over the bar. This locks
the hand-lever against actuation so, if the clo
sure of the door is prevented by mismatched
fastening-inserting elements or by their improper
location, starting of the machine is impossible.
That the door when closed shall so remain- dur
ing the operation of the machine, maintaining
the fastening-inserting elements in their correct
relation, it is shown as latched by a spring
plunger I54, movable vertically in its lower free
inserting elements may be made certain, the con
portion and engaging a retaining member I56
dition of the retaining plungers 44 and 22 con
projecting from the frame Ill (Figs. Aland 7).
trols the full closure of the door IID. At the
An
inclined surface I50 at the forward extremity
lower portion of the inner side of this door is a (30 of the member serves, by contact of the plunger
projection I28. When the door is closed, the
with it, to lift this as the door approaches closure,
under face of the projection lies just above the
said plunger entering a latching depression ISO
head of the plunger 22. Therefore, until said
in the retaining member when the door is fully
plunger has entered the depression in the newly
closed.
applied quill-plate, the shutting of the door can
Assume that the machine of this invention is
not be completed, and the operator will thus
to
be employed for the attachment to a shoe of
know that the quill-plate is not in place. With
a heel-base H and an elastic lift T, by fastenings
the plunger in the quill-plate-depression and the
cut from strings F of ?ber and driven through
door-projection I28 above it, not only is the
pricked
openings in said lift and base, and that
door closed, but the locking of the plate is main 70 it is necessary
to change the inserting design.
tained. Similarly, the closure of the door is gov
The
door
III),
which
has been closed during the
erned by a vertically elongated projection or rib
preceding operation, is freed from the latch I54
I39 at the inner right portion of said door. If
and
opened. The operator then releases the
the locking plunger 44 for the driver-plate is not
driver-assembly by withdrawing the plunger 44,
seated in the plate-depression, the rib will strike 75
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and removes it, and similarly frees the quille
plate I8 from the plunger 22 and takes it from
the machine. He, thereupon, selects another
pair of these fastening-inserting elements ar
8
which have previously been actuated to prick
openings to receive these fastenings. The shoe
with its attached base and lift may now be freed
vfor removal from the machine.
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ranged in ‘accordance with the chosen‘ design, Cl
Having described my invention, what I claim as
and inserts them in their respective ways 42 and
new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of
20. With the inserting elements properly
the United States is:
matched and fully positioned, their respective
1. In a heel-attaching machine having fasten
depressions I24 and I 26 will register or be in
ing-inserting mechanism provided with fasten
vertical alinement, and the door II 0 may be 10 ing-receiving passages and cooperating fasten
closed, its bar-portion I22 having been adjusted
ing-drivers arranged in accordance with an in
to the correct transverse position to enter these
serting design, the combination of a pair of
depressions. Further, if the new pair of insert
pivoted base-engaging arms, a pair of pivoted
ing elements has been fully seated in their ways,
lift-engaging arms, and means for yieldably forc
their latches 44 and 22 will have engaged the 15
ing the arms, of each pair toward each other,
respective depressions in the driver-plate 36 and
the pairs 0 ifarms being located one above the
the quill-plate I8, and will be out of the path
other and
ch pair being provided with pro
of the door-projections I30 and I28. Therefore,
jections arranged to contact with a base or lift
the closure of the door is not interfered with in
to locate it in a direction from front to rear of
this respect, and when fully shut and secured 20 the
inserting design of the fastening-inserting
by the latch I54, the gearing I52, I50 between
mechanism and by their lateral pressure to turn
the door and the locking slide I48 will have
it about an axis heightwise of the heel-parts into
drawn said slide toward the left to free the start
a predetermined angular relation to the said
inglever I38 of the machine, ready for actua
design and to the associated heel-part.
tion. Taking one of the lifts, the operator pushes 25
2. In a holder for heel-parts, a pair of pivoted
it back into the holder m’, it moving smoothly
arms each provided with a projection for en
over the plane surface at the underside of the
gagement with the periphery at the rear of a
plate I00 (Fig. 3) which guards the die-quills 24,
heel-part at each side of its longitudinal axis
and between the rolls 84. When the lift contacts
with the arm-projections 82, its rearward pro 30 and with a projection for engagement with such
periphery adjacent to the breast, such projections
gress is arrested, and, as it is released by the
being mounted upon the arms to yield height
operator, the forcing of the rolls against the
wise
of the heel-part, and means for yieldably
periphery near the breast will turn it upon the
forcing the arms toward each other.
projections 84 in such a direction as to central
3. In a heel-attaching machine, a fastening
ize it angular-1y, as well as to maintain it located 35
inserting die, two carriers movable upon the .die
longitudinally with reference to the shoe to which
bodily in a direction from front to rear thereof,
it is to be attached. The base H may now be
means arranged to vary the position of each
forced between the arms 10 of the holder m and
carrier, and a pair of heel-part-engaging arms
positioned in a like manner. For the particular
pivoted upon each carrier for engagement with
work in hand, the carriers 50 and 50' of the two 40 opposite
sides of a heel-part.
holders will have been adjusted through the
4. The combination with a fastening-inserting
screws 54 and 64’ toproperly register the lift
die, of two L-shaped carriers having arms sit
and base with each other and with the quills
uated vat opposite sides of the die and arms ex
24. A shoe is jacked and its heel-seat pressed
tending from the opposite arms and being super
against the. cup of the base H to clamp the work
posed, means for connecting the carrier-arms ad
for the inserting operation. As pressure is ap
justably to the die, and heel-part-engaging arms
plied, the plate I00 yields against the springs
pivoted upon the superposed carrier-arms.
IIJIiga-nd the quills are seated in the substance
5. The combination with a fastening-inserting
of the lift to compress the elastic material (Fig.
10). The operator depresses the lever I38, freed 50 die, of two L-shaped carriers having arms sit~
uated at opposite sides of the die and arms ex
by the full closure of the door III), to trip the
tending from the opposite arms and being super
driving clutch. A power-cycle of the machine is
posed, there being slots in the arms, clamping
thereupon performed, the loader-block 30 sever
screws
extending through the slots into the die,
ing a group of discrete fastenings from the strings
and heeLpart-engaging arms pivoted upon the
F and delivering them above the die-passages I4 55 superposed
carrier-arms.
to be inserted in the work by the drivers 34,
EMERSON C. GILL.
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